My fascination with the island's coastline took a sparkling twist!
THE BERMUDA COLLECTION
Bermuda-lovers near and far love my spin on the island's beautiful shape.
A New Spin on Bermuda
I transformed the Bermuda map, dotted with secluded pink sand enclaves, into sandy silver "beach" droplets atop a Fibonacci spiraled Bermuda map. Old Bermuda lore refers to the island as the 'hook', and with that in mind I simplified the island's line down to its beautiful, bare essence. It was no easy feat, and it took months to finalize the spiralized map design concept and beach placement, carefully dotting my signature caviar orbs to unify our most loved beaches at their actual location along the design's curves. While the Twelve Sands ornament was the starting point for this collection, I've "spun off" more beautiful Bermuda designs. Find your favourite below!
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A CLOSER LOOK
GO WITH THE GRAIN
Bermuda-lovers are always fascinated with our gorgeous pink sand. But did you know that each beach around the island has sand with slightly different characteristics? Our famous sand is dazzlingly pink on the South Shore beaches from Whale Bay in the West over to Pink Beach on the East. Our sand is shelly and white on North Shore at Somerset Long Bay and Shelly Bay, and there are even orange-yellow flecks on the beaches of the East End at Tobacco Bay and St. Catherine's Beach.
Grains aside, each one of these twelve beaches holds a different memory for me, from childhood days of playing in the waves after school at John Smith's Bay to romantic walks after dinner at Elbow Beach. I wonder what your memories are? Oh the stories these beaches could tell!